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Monadnock Paper Mills: Paper label for craft beers

Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc. announces the availability of an uncoated product designed specifically for craft beers.
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Monadnock Envi® Label is made from 100 percent FSC-certified, post consumer waste fibers and withstands the rigors of challenging print images, bottling lines and cold, wet coolers.

“For an uncoated, textured feel, there was always a trade-off,” said Tim Boyd, Market Segment Manager of Monadnock Paper Mills. “If you wanted a label to stand up to submersion and not peel, disintegrate or fall off, you had to sacrifice by using mostly virgin pulp.  Conversely, if you wanted to be eco-conscious, there was always a compromise in how that material would stand-up in the print process or in the cooler. Now, you can have the best of both worlds.”

Made in New England, home to many iconic craft brewed, Envi Label offers American brewers a home-grown source for label stock that upholds brewers¹ commitments to quality and sustainability with no compromises in performance or aesthetics.

Monadnock’s Envi Label is available to beverage brands manufacturer-direct, or through select print partners, including DWS Printing (Beau’s printing partner), as part of its Envi Portfolio of fiber-based paper and packaging products for sustainable brands.
 

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